Washington Genealogy

Washington Genealogy is being developed as a genealogical and historical resource for your personal use. It contains information and records for Washington ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Specifically, it provides sources for birth records, death records, marriage records, census records, tax records, court records, and military records. It also provides some historical details about different times and people in Washington history.

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Washington Genealogy and History

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Walla Walla Washington Biographical Brevities

Biographical “brevities” or short sketches of individuals specific to Walla Walla, Washington. They appeared often in publications with limited space and resources, that still wanted to provide details of living residents in order to encourage their purchase of the publication. The source of these is the Historic Sketches of Walla…
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Kittitas County, Washington Deaths M-Z

Kittitas County Deaths (A-L) MALETESTE, McKENNA, 3 1/2 year old male child, died 29 May 1905 in Roslyn of diptheria. Born in Roslyn. Son of J. Maleteste and ______ _____ both born in Italy. Residence Roslyn.#9 MATANA, NIC, aged 24, male, single, died 27 Feb. 1902 in Roslyn from a…
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Kittitas County, Washington Death A-L

ADAMS, ______, 6 wk old son of Peter and Louisa (Klavon) Adams died 5 Mar. 1902 of convulsions at Roslyn. His father was born in LA, his mother in IL. They resided in Roslyn. #109 ADAMS, JOHN H., aged 71, died 3 Jan. 1896 of gangreen at Roslyn,Wa. A miner…
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Boyce Family

Benjamin Boyce Benjamin Boyce, b. 18 September 1854 in Mansfield, Ohio, lived the last years of his life in Spokane Co., Washington. He died 10 April 1932, at the height of the Depression, in the Spokane County Hospital in Spangle, Washington and was buried in an unmarked, pauper’s grave in…
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Spokane Scenes

This is a beautiful collection of Photographs showing the way Spokane was in the early days. These have been provided to us by Julie Shepard. She has graciously allowed these for your viewing pleasure. If you know any of these folks or the place represented, let Julie know.
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Spokane County Area School Photos

Old School photos are a great way to see the changes of then and now.  Many people have contributed photos to these pages, please use our contact form to submit more!! Thanks Chattaroy Washington, 1939 Eighth Grade Graduation Day Picnic Last row left: Betty Lou Mikesell; Judy Cline; Opal Mathis; Verna Ritz;…
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Spokane History – Children of the Sun

Spokane – An Indian word meaning “Children of the Sun” or “Sun People”. The history of Spokane probably started in 1810, with the building of the fur trading post at Spokane House (where the Spokane and Little Spokane Rivers meet) under the direction of David Thompson, explorer for the Canadian’s…
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